Tyler Alamo led the Red squad by going 3-for-3 with two runs and an RBI. Ryan Kirby also had two hits and two RBI for Red and Chris Rivera had two stolen bases.
The Blue Team had just three hits on the morning, as Preston Palmeiro, Jake Jarvis and James Ziegler accounted all had one hit. Palmeiro and Grayson Ivey had the lone RBIs for Blue.
Joe Dudek picked up the win for Red, as he threw three hitless innings while allowing two unearned runs and striking out five. Jordan Kron pitched the last inning for the save, and Matt Vogel took the loss for Blue. He went three innings, allowed four runs and struck out two while walking six.
Red's last run was the difference, as Blue nearly rallied to tie the game in the sixth. Ziegler doubled on a high chopper with one out, and after a strikeout, Jarvis reached on a throwing error by Rivera. With two out, Dempsey Grover tried to pick off Jarvis at second, but his throw went into center. Ziegler, and Jarvis tried to score they tying run after Carter Bedford's throw from center to third went high. However, Kron was backing up the throw and threw Jarvis out at the plate to end the game.
Red out-hit Blue 10-3, but could not convert on many of its scoring opportunities, leaving a total of eleven men stranded on the base paths.
Red put the first runs on the board for the third consecutive game. With men on first and third and one out, Alamo singled home Nate Mondou for Red's first run. With Alamo moving up to second on the throw to third, Ryan Kirby lined a single to center to bring home both Alamo and Grover for the 3-0 Red lead.
Blue added unearned runs without a hit in the second and third to cut the score to 3-2. In the second, A.J. Balta walked with one out, stole second and came around on a throwing error by Alex Martinez for the first Blue run. The third inning saw Vogel reach on a throwing error to first by Dudek, and score on a groundout by Ivey to make it a one-run game.
Red got the run back on a wild sequence in their half of the third. Grover walked with one out and stole second. Alamo then singled to short, but Grover made a wide turn at third and got caught in a rundown. While he was being put out on a 6-5-4-2-1 scoring play, Alamo advanced all the way to third, and then scored on an overthrow from Vogel to make it 4-2, Red.
Red continued to expand the lead with two more runs in the fourth. Rivera used his legs to help score the first run, as he singled, stole second and third, and then scored on a Charles Byers single to make it 5-2. Byers then moved to third on a hit-and-run and scored the winning run two pitches later on a passed ball to make it 6-2 Red, before Blue rallied.
Tuesday's game was the last of the trials for the 14U Trials. The final 18-man roster will be announced later tonight, as the team is scheduled to depart for the 2009 COPABE Pan Am 'A' Championships in Portoviejo, Ecuador on Thursday.